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Weekly Weigh In - #1

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

203.2 - up from yesterday. Next weigh-in is next Tuesday.

Lowest YTD is 201.1.

Been using Stevia in the raw in morning coffee since the first week of January. Stopping usage in lieu of real sugar to see results.
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    It's gonna come off soon. I agree that it is probably water retention from your muscles working so much harder, but they'll sort themselves out soon.
    1972 days ago
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    It will haven't come this far to lose patience now!
    1972 days ago
    I really think this has a lot to do with you upping the exercise. 30DS is tough business, and your body may just be taking some time to readjust. I was aggravated because I stayed at the same weight for the first two weeks of this month, even though I know I should have been losing. Keep at it will eventually start to slide back down, and the muscle you gained will boost your metabolism even more.

    It could also be the half of the cheese danish you mentioned in yesterday's blog. And the chicken cordon bleu (that has cheese and ham, right)? That sounds like a lot of sodium for yesterday afternoon and last night unless you found a way to really cut it down. Did you have anything else with high sodium? I know one evening of high carbs or sodium can make the scale very grumpy the next morning. Get your water in and give it a few days. I'm sure it'll start going down.

    1972 days ago
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    1972 days ago
    I always think of the Dorie line from "Finding Nemo" ... "Just keep swimming!" Keep going forward it will happen!
    1972 days ago
    How much sugar are you using for each cup of coffee? Are you tracking that? The sun is out here today...what's that bright light in the sky??? lol
    1972 days ago
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